Hill, speaking at a Horizon CIO Network roundtable recently, has been leading technology at the Devon university since January 2016 when he joined the institute from the British Army. The move into academia wasn’t an effort to avoid being shot at, the former Army CIO was attracted by the opportunity to completely change the way a university operates.
Developing customer centred mobile Apps has its own demands, World of Books tech leader and Brightec discuss their joint story
FTSE 100 insurance CIO David Germain discusses the turn-around of the 300 year old insurance firm, AI and being a black business leader
Ending support for non-SAP databases in 2025 means CIOs face a difficult decision, invest in a major infrastructure upgrade or, and more likely, focus on digital customer centric strategies. CIO Mark Lockton-Goddard and SAP expert Bryan Oak debate
CDO for London and NHS CIO are at the helm of improving not only public sector technology, but the economy of the city. Theo Blackwell and Stephen Docherty talk to the Horizon CIO Podcast for London Tech Week
What do cricket, football, motor racing and rugby have in common? Not a lot some purists of these sports may argue? CIOs from F1, football, cricket and rugby tell Mark Chillingworth about building winning teams with data and technology
Consumers are changing the relationship and the business processes of the air travel sector. CIO Simon Lamkin tells the Horizon CIO podcast how the sector is flying a new route
The energy revolution will also bring about a service revolution, Shell Downstream CIO Craig Walker tells Mark Chillingworth about the total change in culture and operations at one of the world’s largest chemical businesses
In episode 58 of the Horizon CIO podcast academia CIO Claudette Jones discusses enabling a university to be customer centric
Lloyds Bank tech leader on how to understand and provide for your customer and her lessons from CIO roles in academia and local government
FTSE 100 consumer goods CIO uses APIs as an internal tool to enable local business units be innovative and use the technology they chose. A massive integration project was not going to wash with makers of Dettol
This week’s Horizon CIO podcast discusses the importance of managing your wellbeing in the hectic & stressful role of being a CIO
Author and CIO for insurance giant Aviva joins CIOs at a Horizon CIO podcast/Sullivan and Stanley Meetup to explain the death of Agile
This week’s CIO podcast is going to be a difficult listen for many, but this is also a story of hope.
It is a story that is at the heart of being a CIO and one that demonstrates what Editor Mark Chillingworth has said for many years, that this CIO community can do great things
New CTO at Babcock describes how Conway’s Law demonstrates the data issues CIOs and organisations face
Northumbrian Water Group CIO tells the Horizon CIO podcast and the title’s annual summit for CIOs how he created a festival of business ideas and technology innovation
Described as the new oil, data really is changing the corporate travel industry and delivering profits as the data leader of the world’s largest corporate travel firm tells the Horizon CIO podcast and its Editor Mark Chillingworth
Advisors and observers believe the role changes by CIOs in 2017 demonstrates a halcyon period to be a CIO or CTO. Catherine Stagg-Macey and Richard Sykes discuss the transformational role of the CIO with Mark Chillingworth, CIO podcast editor.
Two leading CIOs working on improving diversity discuss unconscious bias, skills gaps, imposter syndrome and solutions with CIO editor Mark Chillingworth
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust CIO shares her experiences and advice on managing cross-organisational collaboration
40 episodes of CIO and CTO peer led debate showcases the CIO community as in rude health and prepared to tackle major challenges
Premiership football CIO tells peers how to avoid laziness when you have a loyal customer base and the need to use digital to grow the football fan base
Ahead of a new career in retail, Phil Jordan talks on what excites him about joining Britain’s highly competitive supermarket sector